The Haslar Heritage Group commemorates Royal Hospital Haslar, Gosport opened in 1753 and was home to the Navy and other serices as well as the QARNNS, VADs, RN Medical Branch.
Official website for QARNNS personnel
Jacks, Jennies, Booties, Wafu's, Sundodgers, Tiffs, Middies, Scablifters, CHippies, Stokers, Pinkies, Greenies, Buntings, Sparkers, Gunbusters, Dabbers, Flunkies...
The Hong Kong Association’s mission is to act as a champion in the UK of the long-standing and special links between the Hong Kong SAR and the United Kingdom, in particular with regard to business and bilateral trade.
This website enables research on Serving, Retired and Deceased Commissioned Officers of the ROYAL NAVY, the ROYAL MARINES, the QARNNS, and the former WRNS.
The Conference of Naval Associations (CONA) is a loose federation of like-minded naval associations who believe in working together for the benefit of their members.
This site has been created for all those men and women who have served at sea in the Royal Navy. In it you will find over 600 short run limited edition artworks of Royal Navy ships past and present, plus many foreign naval and civilian ships, all created by ex-RN Cook and digital artist Nick Barwis.
The Society was founded in 1839 as a result of the tragic loss of a fleet of fishing boats on the north Devon coast the previous year. A month later, Her Majesty Queen Victoria graciously announced herself Patron of the Society and since then it has been honoured by Royal Patronage.
A large selection of memorable photographs collated by Joseph Roulstone depicting the people of RNH Stonehouse & more